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away from watching the fireworks tonight, but they didn't go off without a hitch either. >> let's get right to leslie on san francisco's embarcadero. another successful fireworks show despite the fog. >> reporter: yes, despite the fog. you can still hear some illegal fireworks popping off in the distance. but for the real show for the first time pyro technicians set off more low level fireworks due to the fog but the crowd still loved it. there was all the razzle dazzle you would expect on a fourth of july in san francisco. but people still set off illegal fireworks on the sidelines. no one stopped them. at pier 23, a man fell into the bay. mike sanders pulled him out as
police took over. >> happy fourth of july! >> reporter: the embarcadero and pier 39 were jammed all afternoon and evening. >> just a good time. >> reporter: the patriotic fervor is part of the atmosphere was overtaken for some by fear. >> we are worried -- >> reporter: you're not going to stay for the fireworks? >> i don't think. so>> reporter: because you're worried about? >> about the terror. >> i just get scared there will be a random shooting. but i still feel safe. >> reporter: san francisco police said they have lots of uniformed officers on the ground and their special operations bureau was deployed for rapid response to any acts of violence. >> we came out here last weekend, and i think you can't let fear get to you. >> reporter: and thousands clearly didn't as they enjoyed the fireworks and fog.
leslie brinkley, "abc7 news." >> check out the finale in san jose. the fireworks were downtown where thousands gathered around. but you could see it from all over the city. an exciting day in berkeley ended with a vibrant fireworks show. all across the bay area tonight, police and firefighters are on the watch for illegal fireworks and celebratory gunfire. this is the first year san jose offered an online forum to report illegal fireworks. approximately 280 reports have been submitted. the oakland fire department is out on patrol looking for dangerous situations. oakland's crackdown seemed to have little effect. people launched illegal fireworks across oakland beginning at dusk this evening. this is video by a viewer in oakland's crest mont neighborhood.
people have reported seeing fireworks in neighborhoods across oakland. peter croft posted this video on youtube just a short time ago. people setting off illegal fireworks in oakland could face fines raenging from $1,000 to $10,000. in san francisco, this is not the city's show, it's somebody setting off illegal fireworks near north beach. we'll have more on the problem of illegal fireworks shows in the bay area coming up on the abc 7 morning news at 4:30 tomorrow morning. a family member of a man who was shot and killed by san jose police is offering new insight into what happened. katie is live from the scene at story road and seller avenue. >> reporter: ama, you can see police are still on the scene here, six hours after the shooting. it's been a somber night for this community, and a traumatic one for family members who waited right here for word on their loved one.
>> i just happened to get in between his legs, but in his right hand. >> reporter: police were called to a house near story road just before 5:00 p.m. sometime after they arrived, there was an officer involved shooting. >> shots fired. >> copy, shots fired. >> reporter: a family member tells me it was his 18-year-old nephew shot and killed. because his nephew was depressed and tried to kill himself before police arrived. police have not said why they fired on the man. a witness described what he heard and saw after police arrived. >> that's when we heard two gunshots and it sounded like high power rifle shots. somebody was screaming and saw one man banging his head on the window. >> reporter: he and other neighbors agree this was a rare occurrence for this typically quiet neighborhood. police say the investigation is ongoing. investigators haven't ruled
out illegal fireworks for sparking a fire that drove a woman and her dog out of their home in the open hills. "abc7 news" was there as firefighters looked for hot spots. the fire broke out just after 6:00 this evening. nobody was hurt. crews stopped the flames before they reached nearby homes. san francisco fire crews rescued a woman and dog trapped on a cliff. the fire department tweeted out these photos. the dog went over the cliff and the owner tried to rescue it. neither was injured. a grassroots effort is under way. the current owner of the stud bar wants to close due to rent tripping in september. a group of employees and patrons wants to form a co-op to keep it open at 9th and harrison street. >> it's been around for years, it's been part of our lbgt
culture. we're just getting priced out of where we are. >> the group wants to buy the bar and broker a new lease. take a look at this. it is reaction from thunder fans to kevin durant's reaction he will sign with the warriors. some oklahoma city fans burned their durant jerseys and posted the video on social media. mike shumann is here with what the addition will mean for the ws. >> he's decided to leave okc after nine years to join the warriors for a two-year contract worth $54 million. he has an option after the first year. it's not about the money. durant makes $30 million from his shoe deal with nike and $54 mill from the ws. jerry west made a phone call and related the fact that he went to
nine nba title games and one only one ring and durant has a chance to get several here with the ws. so despite his loyalty, he felt like it was time for a new chapter in his life and career. >> you know, we're not going to be deterred. we're going to continue to advance and there's a new beginning here for the thunder and we have to embrace that. we have to lean into that. >> the warriors' strength in numbers will be different with this new set of players. but if anyone can make this work, four all-stars and two mvps, it's steve kerr. we'll have your roster changes coming up later in sports. >> thank you. and draymond green reacted on social media saying welcome to the family. let's just do what we're setting out to do, #blockoutthenoise.
and then, can't wait to watch these games right next door. wow. and kevin durant's mother said, to the warriors, congrats, you have a great player coming. i'm just excited. ahead, t-shirt trouble for a local shop. >> why it's receiving complaints after it printed a donald trump t-shirt for a supporter. next up for san francisco's tech shuttle, the top locations where officials may create bus stations for those controversial shuttles. and exploring a space mystery. what's next after nasa reaches its target following a five-year journey to jupiter. the fireworks have ended and how clouds and fog continue to build.
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>> reporter: the teenager says he was a paying customer and feels he was treated unfairly because of his political views. 14-year-old alexander isn't old enough to vote, but his support for donald trump triggered a nasty response from a san francisco business. he posted this video on youtube of a custom shirt he said he had made at bang-on t-shirts. on the outside, it says trump. >> on further inspection, i saw the inside, left a little note. >> reporter: it says the "f" word. he says things quickly went downhill after placing his order. >> they look at me and are confused and shock because i want trump on it. and the co-worker comes over and reads like trump and is december gusted. >> reporter: alexander paid any way and only noticed the profanity a few hours later. he called the store to complain and posted videos online, urging
customers to hit the country where it hurt. we stopped by because we wanted to get their side of the country, but it was closed on the holiday. someone from the head office did post an apology on the facebook page. part of it says -- >> reporter: alexander says the manager called him and gave him a refund. but he's keeping the shirt. in san francisco, alyssa harrington, "abc7 news." gilroy police have a warning for shoppers tonight. i always cokeep an eye on your purse. the man on the left is suspected of taking nearly $1,000 from a woman's purse on saturday at burlington coat factory. san francisco wants
residents to help find a home for bus stations to serve tech shuttles. there's a survey online asking where would be the best location. the examiner reported early results. the most popular answers were the mission district, and glenn park. some people answered, this doesn't solve the problem, forcing poor people out of their homes. metro transit will present the findings to supervisors this fall. happening now, a man made craft is orbiting jupiter for the first time ever. over the next 20 months, juneau will search jupiter for signs of water, and determine what's at the core of the planet. >> you're overjoyed that it's there, and that the reason you did the mission is now come to fruition. at the same time, you can't help
but wore kri that something will go wrong. >> juneau will begin taking pictures in october. then in 2018, will be sent on a suicide mission into jupiter. >> >> back here on earth, people watching the skies for the fourth of july. in south lake tahoe, fireworks lit up the sky as people watched from the shore and boats on the lake. it's time to check on our weather with spencer. that fog was around for part of our show tonight. >> the low clouds and fog are getting lower. here's live doppler 7 hd. they'll be advancing across the bay, as well. i want to give you one more reminder, we have rough surf through tonight. elevated waive height, strong rip currents, water is cold, so
could lead to hypothermia. looking out over the embarcadero, it's 56 degrees right now. oakland 58. low 60s in mountain view and in san jose, morgan hill 56. this is the view from our south beach camera, looking along the bay bridge and a little mist in the air there. low to mid 50s right now. on we go to one more live view at the golden gate bridge. these are the forecast features. low clouds and fog spreading well inland overnight. we'll have a warmup beginning on sunday and continuing into early next week. overnight lows will be generally in the low to mid 50s with lots of low clouds and fog. we'll give you a little animation, starting at 5:00. low visibility at that time, but the clouds burn back to the coast by midday or early
afternoon. the fog and low clouds continue to linger at the coastline. highs tomorrow in the south bay generally in the mid to upper 70s. almost 80 in morgan hill. low to mid 70s. 73 at redwood city. 74 at palo alto. mid to upper 50s. around san francisco, about 62 degrees downtown. in the north bay, away from the coast, highs in the low to mid 70s. 75 at santa rosa. 73 at napa. moving to the east bay, 66 at berkeley. 73 in castro valley. and our warmest region tomorrow, even that won't will very warm. upper 70s in livermore. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. notice it's going to be a truly steady pattern through saturday. inland highs in the low to mid
80s through saturday. around the bay, highs in the low to mid 70s. temperatures jump up rather significantly on sunday and by monday of next week, highs around 90 degrees inland. up to around 80 around the bay and low 60s on the coast, which is closer to our seasonal average. eric and ama? >> thank you so much, spencer. ahead, a pig brings home the bacon at the alameda county fair. >> that story when we continue.
and i take my job seriously. while i'm busy watching the game, i need your help keeping an eye on the stands. if you see something that doesn't look quite right, tell a law enforcement official. we all play an important role in protecting our communities, and you can help. if you see something suspicious, say something to local authorities. [ crowd cheering ] a prize pig sold for an incredible $108,000 at the alameda county fair.
and the money will benefit a young boy with cancer. 5-year-old keegan is fighting leukemia. his family's billion topped $12 million. friends decided to train and auction off a prized pig to help. a tire shop in tracy won the bid. after words, they asked for and received thousands more in donations. let's go to the hard court now from the pig pen. >> that pig is worth almost as much as kevin durant. the warriors will lose two of their starters so they can pay the price for durant. both are heading to dallas. that's coming up next in sports.
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you're in a group most likely to develop skin cancer, including melanoma. that's why your best shot is to check for a spot. follow through and check your skin. go to spotskincancer.org to find out how. oklahoma city's all-star kevin durant shocked the nba today, agreeing to a two-year, $54 million deal to join the golden state warriors. after nine years, an mvp trophy and seven all-star appearances, durant said he's ready for a new
chapter his life and career. we welcome his change of heart. but it will be costly. the warriors have agreed in principle to trade center andrew bogut to the dallas mavericks and his $11 million salary so they can sign durant. the splash brothers will miss his ability to screen defenders and his rim protection. they replaced him with pachulia. the mavericks and harrison barnes have agreed to a four-year, $94 million deal. so dallas gets two of the warriors starters in one day but that's the price to get kevin durant in the bay area. giants return home with the best record in the national league with 52 wins and a five-game lead over the dodgers. they hosted the rockies today. bottom two, rockies lead 1-0,
until buster posey got the pitch he wanted and see ya. his 10th home run of the season. solo shot ties the game at 1-1. things got worse for tyler anderson. in the third, angel pagan with a two-run shot. fourth of the season. the giants up 3-1. jake peavy gets the win. 6 ks over 6 2/3. he's now 5-7 on the season. nick hundley strikes out to win, giants win 3-1. here's the skipper on peavy's outing. >> he did a great job. this pen has been used quite a bit, and that series we had in arizona had a lot of guys in the game. so he did a nice job helping get some guys a break. after getting swept by pittsburgh in oakland, the a's flew to minnesota for a game
against the twins. 7th inning, base hit. valencia scores. ties the game at 1-1. same inning, bases loaded and one out. this is right back to the pitcher. the catcher picks it up and gets the out. next batter, coco crisp, hitting .400 with runners in scoring position. the a's snap a four-game losing streak, 3-1 the final. this sports report brought to you by river rock casino. guys, losing andrew bogut, great guy, and harrison barnes put out a heartfelt message to fans thanking them for the greatest four years of his life. a class act. he was always gq. so going to miss them both. but this is business. both had to leave, and it's just tough to watch the warriors'